Definitely a game for when you want something out of the ordinary and not too taxing, Furu does have some moderate distraction appeal. They actually managed to cram in mini games of Bubble Bobble and Arkanoid in here so it isn't all bad.
Unfortunately it's garish graphics, weird theme and simplistic play let it down, which is a shame.
It's tempting to say it may appeal to the younger kids more but I don't really think that it will, because the controls, while very simple, are also quite sensitive and could be frustrating for young kids.
I guess the best thing I can say about it is that if someone who hardly ever plays vid games wants to play multi-player then because many of the games do not rely on the traditional skills needed for play then it will level out the playing field and everyone can have a shot.
It really is strictly a curiosity party game or something to play if everything else is driving you crazy and you have 15 mins to kill.
Rent it if you think you may like it for the weirdness and the change. Buy it if someone in the family likes that and it's going cheap enough for you not to think about it.